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Sea erosion at Marvanthe conservation action and work on going

Sea erosion at Marvanthe conservation action and work on going

Mangalore Today News Network

Udupi, June 24,2017: Udupi Assistant Commissioner Shilpa Nag is reported to have made a categorical statement that there was serious sea erosion and the breakwater channel was affecting  road close to the village.


About 200 persons live nearby but their houses were not in danger. Boulders were put along the sea to protect the road from the waves before monsoon. However, the tides had intensified in the last two days and the earlier boulders were washed away. But, the Department of Ports and Fisheries put up more boulders in the area. “Ten truckloads of boulders were placed by June 23, Friday.

Executive engineer Dayanand said boulders were placed to protect the road 10 days before monsoon. The process of erecting a temporary wall to protect the road from tidal waves was on too.

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Jayanth Salian, Karwar Fri, June-23-2017, 11:59
Precautionary measures it very important to control any type of danger to the passerbys
Anitha Fernandes, Ullal Fri, June-23-2017, 11:43
Sea erosion is the common problem faced by the people of coastal especially residing the sea. But measures taken will avoid any such danger in future
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